Frank Reynolds’ Most Monstrous Moments On ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’

Frank Reynolds started off on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia as a nice enough guy. He just wanted to shed some of his material possessions and spend more time with his kids. Pretty reasonable. However, it didn’t take long for the real Frank Reynolds to stand up, and he’s been getting realer and realer ever since. Here are some of his most deplorable moments.

Creepy Ladies Man

Since the beginning, Frank has always had a way with he ladies. However, as the years have gone on, he’s gotten less subtle.

Exploitative Business Man

He remembers those who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam. Even if it was at a sweatshop in 1993.

Prostitute Connoisseur

It might not be building model airplanes or drawing, but Frank has hobbies, too. Despicable ones.

He’s Disgustingly Persuasive

A legend known as “The Warthog” in the business world, he’s very persuasive in all the ways you wish you didn’t know he was. Poor, poor easily led astray Tiny.

A Pageant MC And Singer

Since he first showed up in Season 2, Frank’s appearance has become more unhinged. At this point, he’s going for broke. But does he look suspicious?

Does He Sound Suspicious?

Despite his monstrous streak, he has the soul of an artist. As is demonstrated by the lyrical construction of his song about not diddling kids.

And his performance as the troll in “The Nightman Cometh.”

A Man Who Recognizes He’s Garbage

Frank has simple burial wishes that don’t take into account the hopes of his loved ones: Just toss him in the trash. Although, he’s also given permission to have his corpse banged.

Here’s to you, Frank Reynolds, even though you’re the worst.